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ORI author exploring immigrant children's stories to speak Sept. 27

September 12, 2018

The annual Oswego Reading Initiative will welcome award-winning novelist and essayist Valeria Luiselli to SUNY Oswego on Thursday, Sept. 27, to discuss her 2017 extended essay "Tell Me How It Ends," an exploration of the journey of undocumented Central American children as they are vetted through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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'Diverse, talented' Class of 2022 enrolls at SUNY Oswego

September 4, 2018

As the school year opens, SUNY Oswego is on track to enroll perhaps its largest, most diverse class ever of new first-year students.

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Education departments to reunite in renovated Wilber Hall

August 31, 2018

SUNY Oswego will open a renovated Wilber Hall in stages this fall, completing by year's end the centralization of all School of Education departments under one, contiguous roof for the first time in about 50 years.

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Diversity Speaker Series to feature photographer's 'Flint Is Family'

August 31, 2018

SUNY Oswego's "I Am Oz" Diversity Speaker Series will open this fall with an appearance by LaToya Ruby Frazier, a photographer and environmental activist who uses her art as a catalyst for social justice.

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Mental Health and Wellness Fair Sept. 12 to inform, motivate, raise awareness

August 30, 2018

SUNY Oswego's Counseling Services Center will team with the college's Employee Assistance Program on Sept. 12 to shine a light on the array of services and organizations available for everyone on campus, especially those that need help coping with friends, family, relationship issues, academic or job pressures.

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Renewable energy, interactivity distinguish new outdoor sculptures

August 17, 2018

SUNY Oswego's third biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition will feature six works, ranging from a 10-foot-tall geometric piece with a wind-driven pinwheel to an assemblage of megaphone-like cones that encourage dialog to make the sculpture garden a sound garden.

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Living Writers Series to include eco-poet, authors, storytellers, more

August 13, 2018

Award-winning poet Rebecca Dunham -- author of "Cold Pastoral: Poems," a collection that elegizes manmade disasters from the Deepwater Horizon oil platform to the Flint, Michigan, water crisis -- will join this fall's SUNY Oswego Living Writers Series, a roster that includes a playwright, nonfiction writer, novelist, short story writer and other published authors.

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Oswego again among Princeton Review's 'Best Regional Colleges'

August 13, 2018

The Princeton Review once again has named SUNY Oswego to its list of the 225 Best Regional Colleges-Northeast, a distinction the college has earned every year since the educational services firm started regional listings in 2003.

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College accepts gift of James Gale Tyler painting, 3rd in its collection

August 1, 2018

An East Amherst man moving to Florida full time has donated to SUNY Oswego the college's third painting by famed marine painter James Gale Tyler, namesake of Tyler Hall and the Tyler Art Gallery on the main campus.

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Mini-grants to support 5 Grand Challenge projects

July 23, 2018

A SUNY Oswego panel has recommended college mini-grant funding for five project proposals -- ranging from a multicultural effort to provide water purifiers to Puerto Rico to helping support a talk by an eco-poet known for her poetry about the disasters such as those at Flint, Michigan, and the Deepwater Horizon -- developed for Grand Challenges: Fresh Water for All.